School of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures & Cultures
The School is concerned that students be placed in language courses appropriate to their level. If you have a background in the language in which you would like to take courses, please consult with the appropriate undergraduate advisor so that you can be placed in the language courses that correspond to your ability.
Students seeking credit by special assessment should also consult with the undergraduate advisor regarding courses available for credit in this manner. Native speakers are not eligible to take language courses by special assessment or to receive advanced credit for them.
Department Services Assistant – French and Francophone Studies, Italian Studies and Spanish Studies
Department Services Assistant – Arabic Language and Muslim Cultures, Chinese, East Asian Language Studies, East Asian Studies, German, Japanese, Linguistics and Russian
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An honours degree involves advanced research and study in your undergraduate program. It is an enhancement to your degree that gives you the opportunity to explore a topic of interest at another level.
For more information, please visit the Arts Honours Program page.
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Want to know more? Visit the Arts Co-operative Education Program page.
To request to be placed in a class that is full or a class where you are missing a pre-requisite, please email the School at email@example.com. In the case that you are missing a pre-requisite, please include reasons as to why you feel the pre-requisite should be waived (i.e. prior studies with equivalency course completion).
Note - You may be asked to provide supporting documentation such as transcripts and course outlines to support your case and determine course equivalency. Open Studies students should contact the Undergraduate Advisor directly if they are missing any course prerequisites and should be prepared to provide transcripts and course outlines to support their request.
Should you require an extension of time to complete term work, papers, assignments or instructor-scheduled tests beyond five days after the last day of lectures, you will need to complete an Application for Deferral of Term Work form, obtain the appropriate approvals and submit it to the Registrar’s Office. Deferments will only be granted at the discretion of the faculty offering the course and normally will not exceed thirty days.
There are three distinct steps in the procedure for obtaining approval of a deferral of term work:
1. Complete the first section of this form, indicating reasons and providing where necessary medical or other supporting documentation. Take the form to the Instructor of the course for completion of the second section.
2. Instructor completes the second section of this form indicating agreement to the request as well as completion date. You will then need to take the completed form to the office of the Faculty offering the course (for courses in the Faculty of Arts this would be the Arts Students’ Centre – SS 102) for final approval.
3. The Faculty offering the course (for courses in the Faculty of Arts this would be the Arts Students’ Centre – SS 102) approves or does not approve the deferral of term work request by completing the third section of this form.
Deferred Final Exams will be approved for the following reasons only:
* Please note that Enrolment Services is responsible for handling final exam deferral requests directly. Applications must be made through their office, rather than through SLLLC or your instructor.
To apply to defer a final exam, submit the application form and supporting documentation to Enrolment Services within 2 business days of the missed examination. You must indicate which exam you wish to defer on your Application for Deferred Final Examinations form and you will need to be available to write your deferred examination during the dates noted on the form.
School of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures and Cultures
C-Block Office: Craigie Hall C 205 | Phone: 403.220.5293 | Fax: 403.284.3610
D-Block Office: Craigie Hall D 310 | Phone: 403.220.5300 | Fax: 403.284.3634
Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m., 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Statutory Holidays: Closed
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